Psychomorphic Mimes

Name: Psychomorphic Mimes

Classification: villains villains   group group  

Publisher(s): Marvel

First Appearance: Deadpool (vol. 3) #900 (Dec. 2009): "Silent but Deadly"

Creators: Fred Van Lente, Dalibor Talajic

Number of Appearances: 1

Enemy of: Deadpool

Gender: male

Note: stole tech that "makes thoughts real"

A group of three male mimes wearing traditional French mime attire and make-up stole "psychomorph transistors" (a technology that "makes thoughts real") from the Institute for Psychic Research. With these transistors attached to the back of their necks, they could "make thoughts real." This means they could mentally create weapon such as guns and swords. The weapons they mentally created were invisible, but still had physical effect. Thus, in using these invisible weapons, they looked like traditional mimes pretending to manipulate physical objects. But these invisible objects could be deadly.

The mimes battled the mercenary Deadpool, who had been hired to retrieve the stolen technology. Deadpool was injured by these mimes, who appeared to be quite skilled in combat. But ultimately Deadpool defeated them by sneakily grabbing one of the transistors from them and using the technology himself to shoot (and apparently kill) the mimes.

The group of mimes is never actually named during the course of this mostly-silent story. Nor are any of the individual mimes named. We thought calling the group "Psychomorphic Mimes" made sense, naming them after the "Psychomorph Transistor" technology that they stole.

This character is in the following story which has been indexed by this website:
Deadpool (vol. 3) #900 (Dec. 2009): "Silent but Deadly"

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